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I am building a commercial product that have references to Microsoft SQL Server 2005 DLLs and following DLLs are included by installer program automatically becasue of direct reference to DLL in my program or because of indirect references  (Dependecies detection by Setup program). I understand that Microsoft allow to redistribute DLLs but that require to include Microsoft developer distribution agreement as part of product EULA.  I am not able to find any clear publication from Microsoft for such agreement. Any information in this regard would be helpful.

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